Music excerpts



Excerpt from Sam(g)ræða performed by Ensemble CRUSH and students in the Winter Academy in Schloss Benrath 2015 



Excerpt from the BBC recording of Sporgýla, premiered by the Scottish BBC Symphony on October 4th 2014



A computer controlling the Klais organ in Hallgrímskirkja Reykjavík as a part of the Sacred Art Festival 2013



The baroque ensemble Nordic Affect performs Kortamel at the Transit Festival in Leuven, Belgium in October 2014, although the same ensemble premiered the piece in 2012



The Icelandic Flute Choir premiers Harskall & Svellkar in Sumartónleikar í Skálholti in 2011.



Fersteinn performs the piece Deikokeitiponsa 2nd movement or Kvartett no. 5, recorded in 2011, but written and premiered in 2010



A multitracked recording of one performer playing all the instruments in Lardipésa, movements 3 and 4 as they appeared on “S.L.Á.T.U.R. Hefti 1 / Volume 1” compilation CD.  This is essentially kvartett no. 1 written and recorded in 2009



This is an excerpt from the record Horpma which was released on Carrier Records in 2011. The first movement was written in 2008 



Excerpt from Staðlafell for 5 percussionists, performed by Shayna Dunkelmann, Jordan Glenn, Sam Ospovat, Corey Fogel and others as part of the Music for People and Thingamajigs Festival in 2007



Excerpt from Selbol for 3 violoncellos performed by Þorbjörg Daphne Hall, Sandra Ósk Snæbjörnsdóttir and Hallgrímur Jónas Jensson. This recording is from UNM in Reykjavík 2007 but the same performers premiered it in the S.L.Á.T.U.R. summer solstice concert in 2006



Excerpt from Skarstirni performed by the Atón (later Njútón ensemble) in Mills College in April 2006. The work was written in 2005




Excerpt from Helfákn for flute, alto recorder and clarinet performed by Hafdís Vigfúsdóttir, Steinunn Gyðu- og Guðjónsdóttir and Grímur Helgason. Performed at the Iceland Academy of Arts in 2004